Written by @CraigHazell – (that’s important!) #FPL GAMEWEEK 29 DEFENDER: Ben Davies, Spurs It’s been a while since I picked Spurs defender and I think now could be the time to dip back into the Tottenham market. Ben Davies is filling in for Danny Rose at full back and as we know, reliable replacements can […]
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Written by @calvin_wade In the summer of 2013, Calvin Wade, a man with football in his blood and very little in his wallet, decided to embark upon an F.A Cup adventure that he and his father had discussed for over thirty years. The idea was to head to a game in the Extra Preliminary Round […]
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Written by @CraigHazell – (that’s important!) #FPL GAMEWEEK 23 DEFENDER: ANTONIO VALENCIA, MANCHESTER UNITED Man U have a delicious set of fixtures coming up before they miraculously disappear off the fixture list (That’s right. DGWs are coming!). However, the big dilemma is who from United is reliable for your fpl squad. It’s one hell […]
Feeling Fuzzy: Gameweek 14 Review “Clearly, Ahab would make a better Captain” By @FuzzyWarbles (That’s important) Apologies for going absent with my column last week. I was amazed to see all the emails sent to me asking where the weekly review column was, but then I realized my inbox was simply flooded by spam adverts […]
Lineups from 13:05 Manchester United: De Gea; Varela, Carrick, Blind, Rojo; Schneiderlin, Herrera; Lingard, Mata, Memphis; Rashford. Subs: Romero, McNair, Riley, Fosu-Mensah, Weir, Januzaj, A.Pereira Arsenal: Cech, Bellerin, Gabriel, Koscielny, Monreal, Coquelin, Ramsey, Ozil, Sanchez, Walcott, Welbeck Subs: Ospina, Mertesacker, Gibbs, Giroud, Elneny, Iwobi, Campbell …Best thing I've ever watched – Arsene Wenger overhead kick […]
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Lineups from 13:05 LIVERPOOL: Mignolet, Clyne, Toure, Sakho, Moreno, Lucas, Henderson, Can, Milner, Lallana, Firmino. Subs: Ward, Caulker, Smith, Allen, Teixeira, Ibe, Benteke. Manchester United: De Gea, Young, Smalling, Blind, Darmian, Schneiderlin, Fellaini, Lingard, Herrera, Martial, Rooney. Subs: Romero, Borthwick-Jackson, McNair, Varela, Pereira, Mata, Memphis. Liverpool v Manchester United: A Preview Post Provided by @NiallHawthorne […]
GW15 FPL REVIEW FROM @FANTASYGAFFER It’s been a hectic week at the Gaf’s household as we’ve welcomed a new baby boy. In celebration, I’ve opted to shirk some responsibility and combine the typical gameweek recap for each week; instead I’ve written a single EPL fantasy GW14 and GW15 post. Given the ‘what have you done […]
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As always we are happy to feature Fantasy Football guest posts. This GW review comes from new site FantasyFootball247.com. If you would like to feature on FantasyYIRMA.com please email us at FantasyYIRMA@hotmail.com #COMPETITION Guess the number of Champions League goals tonight Click Here to enter https://t.co/foe1lmG3LF pic.twitter.com/p4vVKhwows — FantasyYIRMA #FPL (@FantasyYIRMA) November 26, 2013 Be […]
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Gameweek 12 : FantasyYIRMA vs In Manchester With the Football Blogging awards taking place in Manchester this week we wanted to invite a local account to take us on in ChallengeYIRMA! Team FY are nominated for best #FPL blog at this evenings Awards. Fingers crossed for a #ScoreYIRMA Step forward In Manchester (@InMCR) With their […]
With the Premier League making way for International fixtures this week we are pleased to bring you a Guest Post from FootballTop.com
Footballtop.com is an International football rating site based on the fans’ voting that indicates public rankings of footballers, clubs, leagues, national football teams and much more. Latest football news and user blogs cover most football events in the world. Footballtop.com – Your vote can make a difference!
EPL football clubs rankings according to supporters
Latest EPL news have not had significant impact on current rankings of the clubs. The most powerful sides stay in the top of the list. Let’s take a look at fans’ attitude towards EPL clubs according to FootballTop.com – international football rating based on the fans voting.
Chelsea are the leaders of the chart with their 5036 votes. Chelsea reaches first place among EPL fans with their skillful roster of young players. The total value of the team is defined as sixth in the world, so it’s no wonder supporters gave 5036 votes for the club. The other source is believed to be the new interim manager Rafael Benitez, who took over Roberto Di Matteo. The players have already proven the glorious status in tough Champions League final, where they outlasted Bayern Munich at Allianz-Arena.
Going almost heel to heel with the leader, Manchester United gets the premium second place with 4938 votes. This glorious club has already proven to be an English football powerhouse, lately due to the distinctive work of Alex Ferguson. After an epic win of the European Cup in 1999, the club has been a favorite of any competition. That success was followed by a number of domestic titles, as well as another Champions League title in 2008. Wayne Rooney is fans’ favorite with his impressive 2550 votes. He is also one of the most popular football players in January 2013.
Liverpool rating is almost twice as low and amounts to 2567 points. Five victories in the Champions League (the European Cup) as well as three successful UEFA Cups have proven the quality of the Reds. The main power of the team these days is their manager Brendan Rodgers who is doing his best at improving the team’s performance. Despite broad criticism for diving, the Uruguaian forward Luis Suarez has found his predatory striking force. Veteran Steven Gerrard keeps inspiring his less-experienced teammates.
Despite struggling to reach the Champions League spot for the next season Arsenal remain in the 4th place among English clubs according to FootballTop ranking (1468 votes). Quite astonishingly, Andrey Arshavin with his 764 votes appears to be the great source of team’s popularity. Despite lacking silverware in the recent years Arsene Wenger still enjoys the Arsenal Board’s trust and faith of supporters.
The last but not the least on the list is Manchester City with its 367 points. The rating of the club has been quite steady over the recent months. However despite a last-gasp win of the Premier League in 2012 Manchester City still have a lot to prove to football fans. The English champion has been humiliated on European arena for two consecutive years.